Go-Jek in collaboration with management consulting firm Solidiance will test 10 electric motorbikes in the Jabodetabek area this month. By using the Viar Q1 electric scooter, the selected Go-Jek drivers are expected to be more profitable by driving with electric motors, according to Associate Partner and Country Head Solidiance Indonesia, Gervasius Samosir. Gervasius points out that a Go-Jek driver can save more money on operational costs for buying petrol and vehicle maintenance is heavily reduced. We are currently seeing an agent of changes here so that it can drive the growth of EV (Electric Vehicle) in Indonesia, said Gervasius. This article is in Bahasa Indonesia.
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